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The Benefits of Feedback For Creative Work and The Principles For Giving Feedback For Creativity ~ Spencer Harrison

  • 18 Feb 2016
  • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
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The Benefits of Feedback For Creative Work and The Principles For Giving Feedback For Creativity 

Spencer Harrison, PhD, 

Associate Professor of Management, 

Boston College

Recording Available to Supporting Members

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Spencer H. Harrison received his BA in English from the University of Utah where he specialized in creative writing, an MBA with an emphasis in organizational behavior from Brigham Young University’s Marriott School of Management, and a PhD in Business Administration from Arizona State’s W. P. Carey School of Business. This coming fall he will teach a class at Boston College called "Can Creativity Save the World?" His research focuses on three areas:

1) CREATE: How do you help people innovate together? He is looking at Grammy winning bands, modern dancers, and t-shirt designers to see how this happens.

2) COORDINATE: How do you get people to work together? He is examining how individuals can survive a plane crash, people that are amazingly passionate about their work (rock climbers and architects), and how networks of really smart people that fly rockets figure out how humans might live on Mars.

3) CONNECT: How do people connect with the organizations they work for? He is working with Fortune 100 firms to dial in not only how new employees can better adjust to their work, but also how these companies can actually learn from their new employees.



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